Takeshi Yanagida focuses on Nanowire, Optoelectronics, Oxide, Nanotechnology and Nanoscopic scale. His research on Nanowire often connects related areas such as Non-volatile memory. His research in Non-volatile memory intersects with topics in Flexible electronics, Cobalt oxide, World Wide Web and Nanostructure.
As part of one scientific family, Takeshi Yanagida deals mainly with the area of Optoelectronics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Resistive switching, and often Ohmic contact and Anode. His research integrates issues of Metal, Transition metal and Vapor–liquid–solid method in his study of Oxide. His Nanoscopic scale research also works with subjects such as
His primary areas of investigation include Nanowire, Nanotechnology, Oxide, Chemical engineering and Optoelectronics. His research investigates the link between Nanowire and topics such as Doping that cross with problems in Thin film. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Non-volatile memory, Non-blocking I/O and Resistive random-access memory.
His study looks at the intersection of Oxide and topics like Electrode with Electrical conductor. His work carried out in the field of Chemical engineering brings together such families of science as Layer, Vapor liquid and Nucleation. His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ionic bonding and Current.
Takeshi Yanagida mainly focuses on Nanowire, Chemical engineering, Oxide, Metal and Nanotechnology. His Nanowire study is concerned with Optoelectronics in general. When carried out as part of a general Chemical engineering research project, his work on Hydrothermal synthesis and Hydrothermal circulation is frequently linked to work in Zinc titanate, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Electrode and Aqueous solution in addition to Oxide. His Metal research integrates issues from Chemical physics and Heterojunction. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Molecular sensor, Single-cell analysis and Molecular modification.
Takeshi Yanagida mostly deals with Nanowire, Chemical engineering, Hydrothermal synthesis, Metal and Doping. His biological study deals with issues like Zinc, which deal with fields such as Hydrothermal circulation and Nucleation. His study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stacking, Anode and Water splitting.
His studies in Hydrothermal synthesis integrate themes in fields like Cell, HeLa, Compatibility and Nanostructure. His Metal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nanoscopic scale, Nanotechnology, Oxide, Molecular modification and Molecular sensor. His research on Doping concerns the broader Optoelectronics.
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Resistive switching multistate nonvolatile memory effects in a single cobalt oxide nanowire.
Kazuki Nagashima;Takeshi Yanagida;Takeshi Yanagida;Keisuke Oka;Masateru Taniguchi;Masateru Taniguchi.
Nano Letters (2010)
Nonvolatile Bipolar Resistive Memory Switching in Single Crystalline NiO Heterostructured Nanowires
Keisuke Oka;Takeshi Yanagida;Kazuki Nagashima;Hidekazu Tanaka.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Cellulose Nanofiber Paper as an Ultra Flexible Nonvolatile Memory
Kazuki Nagashima;Hirotaka Koga;Umberto Celano;Fuwei Zhuge.
Scientific Reports (2015)
Stress relaxation effect on transport properties of strained vanadium dioxide epitaxial thin films
Kazuki Nagashima;Takeshi Yanagida;Hidekazu Tanaka;Tomoji Kawai.
Physical Review B (2006)
Unipolar resistive switching characteristics of room temperature grown SnO2 thin films
Kazuki Nagashima;Takeshi Yanagida;Keisuke Oka;Tomoji Kawai.
Applied Physics Letters (2009)
Nanostructuration of PEDOT in Porous Coordination Polymers for Tunable Porosity and Conductivity
Benjamin Le Ouay;Mickael Boudot;Takashi Kitao;Takeshi Yanagida.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2016)
Resistive-switching memory effects of NiO nanowire/metal junctions.
Keisuke Oka;Takeshi Yanagida;Kazuki Nagashima;Tomoji Kawai.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2010)
Unveiling massive numbers of cancer-related urinary-microRNA candidates via nanowires.
Takao Yasui;Takao Yasui;Takeshi Yanagida;Takeshi Yanagida;Satoru Ito;Yuki Konakade.
Science Advances (2017)
Intrinsic mechanisms of memristive switching.
Kazuki Nagashima;Takeshi Yanagida;Keisuke Oka;Masaki Kanai.
Nano Letters (2011)
Scaling Effect on Unipolar and Bipolar Resistive Switching of Metal Oxides
Takeshi Yanagida;Kazuki Nagashima;Keisuke Oka;Masaki Kanai.
Scientific Reports (2013)
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